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Isola di San Clemente

Isola di San Clemente is a small island in the Venetian Lagoon in Italy. For centuries it housed a monastic settlement, and more recently an asylum. It is now the site of a luxury hotel.

San Pietro di Castello (island)

San Pietro di Castello, formerly Olivolo, is an island in the Venetian Lagoon, northern Italy, forming part of the Castello sestiere. It is linked to the main islands of Venice by two bridges.

San Servolo

San Servolo is an Italian island in the Venetian Lagoon, to the southeast of San Giorgio Maggiore. Earlier housing a monastery of benedictinian monks, later an asylum for the insane, the island is now home to a museum, Venice International Univer ...

SantAndrea (Venetian Lagoon)

SantAndrea is a small island in the Venetian Lagoon, northern Italy. It is located in Forte Di Santandrea, a large fortress built in the 16th century to defend Venice. The Santandrea is an extension of the island of Vignole, from which it is sepa ...

SantAngelo della Polvere

SantAngelo della Polvere is an island in the Venetian Lagoon, in the Contorta channel, not far from the Giudecca and the island of San Giorgio in Alga. An Italian state property, it has a surface of 0.53 ha and is home to four buildings.

Santa Maria della Grazia

Santa Maria della Grazia or La Grazia is an artificial island of the Venetian lagoon, northern Italy, which lies between the Giudecca and San Clemente. In 2016 the island was sold to a private company from Treviso, Giesse Investimenti s.r.l., to ...

Vignole

Vignole is an island in the Venetian Lagoon, northern Italy, with a surface of some 69.20 ha. It is located north-east of Venice, between the islands of SantErasmo and La Certosa.

Beaver River (Utah)

The river starts in the Tushar Mountains, in eastern Beaver County near the town of Beaver, and flows for about 30 miles 48 km west as a perennial stream, through the Beaver Valley to the Escalante Desert, where it turns north. The river then con ...

East Fork Carson River

The East Fork Carson River is the largest tributary of the Carson River, flowing through California and Nevada in the western United States. The north-flowing river is 61 miles long and drains a mostly rural, mountainous watershed of 392 square m ...

East Walker River

The East Walker River is an approximately 90 miles long, tributary of the Walker River, in eastern California and western Nevada in the United States. It drains part of the eastern side of the Sierra Nevada in the watershed of Walker Lake in the ...

Griff Creek

Griff Creek is a southward-flowing stream originating on Martis Peak in Placer County, California, United States. It culminates in north Lake Tahoe at Kings Beach, California.

Little Humboldt River

The Little Humboldt River is a tributary of the Humboldt River, approximately 60 miles long, in northern Nevada in the western United States. It is an intermittent stream draining a rugged area on the edge of the Owyhee Desert in the Great Basin. ...

Little Walker River

The Little Walker River is a tributary of the West Walker River, approximately 15 mi long, in eastern California in the United States. It drains part of the Sierra Nevada mountains in the watershed of Walker Lake. It rises from snowmelt in northw ...

Martis Creek

Martis Creek is a northward-flowing stream originating on Sawtooth Ridge, west of the peak of Mount Pluto in Placer County, California, United States. After crossing into Nevada County, California, it is tributary to the Truckee River on the east ...

Meeks Creek

Meeks Creek is a western tributary of Lake Tahoe which has its source on Rubicon Lake, 1.2 miles northeast of Phipps Peak in Desolation Wilderness, trends northwest through Stony Ridge Lake, Shadow Lake, Crag Lake, and Lake Genevieve 3.5 miles, c ...

Quinn River

The Quinn River, once known as the Queen River, is an intermittent river, approximately 110 miles long, in the desert of northwestern Nevada in the United States. It drains an enclosed basin inside the larger Great Basin. It rises in northeastern ...

Reese River

The Reese River is a 181-mile-long tributary of the Humboldt River, located in central Nevada in the western United States. Reese rises in the southern part of the Toiyabe series, on the flanks of arc dome. In its upper reaches, the Reese river i ...

Silvies River

The Silvies River flows for about 119 miles through Grant and Harney counties in the U.S. state of Oregon. The river drains 1.273 square miles of the northern Harney Basin. The origins on the southern slope of Aldrich mountain, about 10 miles 16 ...

South Fork Humboldt River

The South Fork of the Humboldt River has its origins in a fan-shaped group of canyons draining the western slopes of the Ruby Mountains in northeastern Nevada. These headwaters run from Ruby Dome south to King Peak, and include Echo, Box, Kleckne ...

Taylor Creek (Lake Tahoe)

Taylor Creek is a 2.2-mile-long northward-flowing stream originating in the Fallen Leaf Lake and culminating at Baldwin Beach at Lake Tahoe, about 1 mile west of Camp Richardson in El Dorado County, California.

Trout Creek (Lake Tahoe)

Trout Creek is a northward-flowing stream originating on the west side of Armstrong Pass on the Carson Range in El Dorado County, California, United States.

Trout Creek (Truckee River tributary)

Trout Creek is a small tributary of the Truckee River draining about 5.1 square miles along the eastern crest of the Sierra Nevada. It originates east of Donner Ridge and north of Donner Lake in the Tahoe–Donner Golf Course and flows through the ...

Walker River

The Walker River is a river in west-central Nevada in the United States, approximately 62 miles long. Fed principally by snowmelt from the Sierra Nevada mountains of California, it drains an arid portion of the Great Basin southeast of Reno and f ...

West Walker River

The West Walker River is a tributary of the Walker River, approximately 95 miles long, in eastern California and western Nevada in the United States. It drains part of the Sierra Nevada range along the California-Nevada border in the watershed of ...

Sheep Mountain Range Archeological District

Sheep Mountain Range Archeological District is an archeological site, located in Clark County, Nevada, and listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The site is currently an underwater conservation area. Archaeologist W. Geoffrey Spauld ...

Kucadikadi

The Kucad i kad i are a band of Northern Paiute people who live near Mono Lake in Mono County, California. They are the southernmost band of Northern Paiute.

Pahvant

Pahvant was a band of Ute people that lived in present-day Utah. Called the "Water People", they fished and hunted waterfowl. They were also farmers and hunter-gatherers. In the 18th century they were known to be friendly and attentive, but after ...

Timpanogos

The Timpanogos were a tribe of Native Americans who inhabited a large part of central Utah - particularly, the area from Utah Lake eastward to the Uinta Mountains and south into present-day Sanpete County. In some accounts they were called the Ti ...

Ute people

Ute people are Native Americans of the Ute tribe and culture and are among the Great Basin classification of Indigenous People. They have lived in the regions of present-day Utah and Colorado for centuries, hunting, fishing and gathering food. In ...

San Pitch Utes

The San Pitch Utes were members of a band of Ute people that lived in the Sanpete Valley and Sevier River Valley and along the San Pitch River. They may have originally been Shoshonean, and were generally considered as part of the Timpanogos. The ...

Uintah and Ouray Indian Reservation

The Uintah and Ouray Indian Reservation is located in northeastern Utah, United States. It is the homeland of the Ute Indian Tribe, and is the largest of three Indian reservations inhabited by members of the Ute Tribe of Native Americans.

Uintah tribe

The Uintah tribe, once a small band of the Ute people, and now is a tribe of multiple bands of Utes that were classified as Uintahs by the U.S. government when they were relocated to the Ute Indian Tribe of the Uintah and Ouray Reservation. The b ...

Uncompahgre Ute

The Uncompahgre Ute is a band of the Ute, a Native American tribe located in the US states of Colorado and Utah. It was formerly called the Tabeguache.

Ute Indian Rights Settlement

The Northern Ute Tribe is one of three ethnically-related Ute Tribes. The Northern Ute Tribe occupies and administers the Uintah and Ouray Indian Reservation in northeastern Utah. The population of the Northern Ute Tribe is approximately 3.500. I ...

Ute music

Ute music constitutes the music of the Indigenous Northern American Ute tribe. Much of this music has been recorded and preserved. Each song of the Ute tribe has a meaning or is based on an experience. These experiences may be social, religious o ...

White River Utes

White River Utes are a Native American band, made of two earlier bands, the Yampa from the Yampa River Valley and the Parianuche Utes who lived along the Grand Valley in Colorado and Utah.

Warner Mountains

The Warner Mountains are an 85-mile -long mountain range running north–south through northeastern California and extending into southern Oregon in the United States. The range lies within the northwestern corner of the Basin and Range Province, e ...

Beaver Lake Mountains

The Beaver Lake Mountains are an 8-mile long small mountain range located in central and north Beaver County, Utah, adjacent the south border of Millard County. The range is bordered on the East by the Beaver river as it flows due North, past the ...

Black Mountains (Utah)

The Black Mountains is a 30-mile long mountain range in northeaster Iron County and southeastern Beaver County in southwestern Utah, United States. The range borders the North-Eastern part of the desert of Escalante, and ridges Southeast flank tr ...

Bodie Hills

The Bodie Hills are a low mountain range in Mono County, California, in the United States. The Bodie Hills are between Bridgeport and the Nevada border, where they become the Bodie Mountains in Mineral County, Nevada. The Sierra Nevada lies to th ...

Confusion Range

The Confusion Range is a north-south trending mountain range in west-central Utah, United States. It is bounded by Snake Valley to the west, Tule Valley to the east, the Great Salt Lake Desert to the north, and the Ferguson Desert to the south. T ...

Gilson Mountains

The Gilson Mountains are an 11-mile long almost circular, small mountain range adjacent the north terminus of the Canyon Mountains, located in far eastern Juab County, Utah, United States.

House Range

The House Range is a north-south trending mountain range in Millard County, of west-central Utah. The House Range was named in 1859 by James H. Simpson. It was named by Simpson because ".of its well-defined stratification and the resemblance of p ...

Lake Mountains

The Lake Mountains are a 15-mile-long mountain range located on the western edge of the Utah Valley in northwestern Utah County, Utah, United States. The range forms the northwest border of Utah Lake, and its proximity allows its use for communic ...

Poverty Hills

The Poverty Hills are a mountain range in northwestern Inyo County of eastern California, northwest of Bishop and the upper Owens Valley. They are East of and below the Sierra Nevada in round valley, and West of Tinemaha reservoir and the Owens r ...

Hayford Peak

Hayford Peak, elevation 9.924 feet, is the highest mountain in the Sheep Range of Clark County, Nevada, United States. It is the seventh-most topographically prominent peak in the state. The nearest taller mountain is Mount Charleston, 34 miles t ...

Antelope Valley (southwest Millard County, Utah)

The Antelope Valley of southwest Millard County, Utah, United States, is a small 25-mile long valley, adjacent the Ferguson Desert and 40 miles southwest of Sevier Lake. The valley is just east of the Nevada border, with Snake Valley and the Burb ...

Goshen Valley

The Goshen Valley is a 17-mile-long valley located in southern Utah County, Utah, and the valley forms part of its southeast border with the Wasatch Front, and parts of the Wasatch Range. The valley is an extension southwesterly of the Utah Valle ...

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